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Dennis Andres (born 23 June 1987; age 35) is an actor who played the mining engineer Rance in the Star Trek: Discovery first season episode "The Butcher's Knife Cares Not for the Lamb's Cry".

In 2012, he appeared in episodes of the television series Curious and Unusual Deaths and Cold Blood. 2014 he performed in episodes of The Strain and Motives & Murders: Cracking the Case. 2015 Andres starred in the movie Lady Psycho Killer; in 2016, he was featured in Bed of the Dead and The Apostle Peter: Redemption (starring John Rhys-Davies). The same year, he appeared in an episode of Hollywood Homicide Uncovered. In 2017, besides his Discovery role, he appeared in episodes of Dark Matter and How to Buy a Baby and the movie Defective.

Between 2017 and 2020, he played the recurring role of Ian Matthews in the comedy series Workin' Moms, starring Katherine Barrell, Mimi Kuzyk, and Sadie Munroe. Stephanie Belding, Nelu Handa, Ian Lake, Fode Bangoura, Robert Verlaque, Paulina Miel, and Lisa Berry also appeared in episodes with Andres, and Hannah Cheesman worked on the series as story editor. In 2018, he also appeared in episodes of Killjoys and Murdoch Mysteries, as well as in the television movies No Escape Room and The Greatest American Hero.

Among his upcoming projects are A Wakefield Project and Ingress.

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